Atlanta Braves Show Off NL-Best Power Bats

Washington Nationals v Atlanta Braves

After a slow start against the Philadelphia Phillies, the Atlanta Braves brought the big sticks out in the eighth and ninth inning, showing off some of the best power bats in the NL. However, the very veteran Phillies had that […]

Detroit Tigers Need to Have Better Offense Moving Forward

Max Scherzer

The Detroit Tigers experienced a game against the Kansas City Royals on their second outing of the season that seemed all too similar to a lot of their games from the year before. They got shutout pitching from their starter […]

Cincinnati Reds’ Missed Opportunities Lead To Demise in Pitching Duel Against the St. Louis Cardinals

CINCINNATI, OH - MARCH 31:  The Cincinnati Reds take batting practice before the Cincinnati Reds game against the St. Louis Cardinals on Opening Day for both teams at Great American Ball Park on March 31, 2014 in Cincinnati, Ohio.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Through the seventh inning, the St. Louis Cardinals‘ Adam Wainwright dominated the Cincinnati Reds with a wide variety of pitches. The pitchers’ duel came down to the Cardinals taking advantage of mistakes and the Reds failing to execute when they […]

Walk-Off Blast Saves Pittsburgh Pirates from Offensive Ineptitude Against Chicago Cubs

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The Pittsburgh Pirates came away with the win in an extra innings pitchers’ duel against the Chicago Cubs. Both starters looked great, but they didn’t face much of a challenge from the hitters. The Pirates especially showed a lack of […]

Los Angeles Angels 2014 Spring Training Profile: Mike Trout

Trout

After a dismal 2013 season, the Los Angeles Angels need to get serious in 2014 or some of their massive moves will look ridiculous, and their high profile players will be looking to find a better chance at a ring […]

Los Angeles Dodgers 2014 Spring Training Profile: Yasiel Puig

Puig

The most highly scrutinized player coming into Spring Training this season will no doubt be the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig. For Puig, this Spring Training leading up to his second season as a major leaguer in 2014 could make […]

Detroit Tigers 2014 Spring Training Profile: Austin Jackson

Austin Jackson

After a relatively disappointing year in 2013, the signing of Ian Kinsler following the season and considering the window of time the Detroit Tigers have to make a run at the World Series, this Spring Training for Austin Jackson may […]

Los Angeles Dodgers 2014 Spring Training Profile: Clayton Kershaw

Kershaw

The Los Angeles Dodgers are heading into one of their most exciting Spring Training camps in a long time. Last year, most of the cogs in the machine came together and began working in harmony for the first time in a […]

Detroit Tigers: The Good and The Bad Of Doug Fister Trade

Dave

Perhaps the Detroit Tigers tried to sneak in the Doug Fister trade right before the much anticipated Joe Nathan trade in hopes Tigers fans would quickly forget about the Fister fiasco? Nathan is a great pickup, and everyone was calling […]

5 Reasons Dan Haren Will Dominate With Los Angeles Dodgers

Dan Haren with the Nats

5 Reasons Why Ian Kinsler Will Dominate With Detroit Tigers

Kinsler

15 MLB Players Who Will Slump In 2014

Migeul Cabrera with fans